The sun peeking through Admirality Arch. Photo: Terry Moran (2014)
The entrance to Sun Court in the City of London. Photo: Mike Nowak (2008)
Hackney Wick. Photo: Chris Dorley-Brown (2010)
Sunny window. Photo: Matt Brown (2014)
The Shard tries to perform its own solar eclipse. Photo: Jerry Clack (2013)
A giant sun was installed in Trafalgar Square as an advert for a certain juice company. Photo: Mike Murphy (2012)
The Sun - a blown glass sculpture in Berkeley Square by Dale Chihuly. Photo: DannyH72 (2014)
The sun sets on HMS Belfast. Photo: Ian Wylie (2014)
The sun reflecting from the Walkie Talkie building - which has been responsible for melting cars in the street below. Photo: Claude Crommelin (2013)
The sun in Twickenham. Photo: Andy Blackwell (2013)
The Sun & 13 Cantons in Soho. Photo: Paul Steptoe Riley (2011)
Street art just off Brick Lane. Photo: psyxjaw (2013)
If you missed the
solar eclipse this morning (and let's be honest, everyone in London did. Thanks, clouds), fear not — there are still plenty of chances to see the sun in all its glory across the capital, no special goggles required.
Thanks to the following photographers for use of their photos via the Londonist Flickr pool: Andy Blackwell, Chris Dorley-Brown, Claude Crommelin, DannyH72, Ian Wylie, Jerry Clack, Matt Brown, Mike Nowak, Mike Murphy, Paul Steptoe Riley, psyxjaw, Terry Moran.
Last Updated 20 March 2015